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Comments about the soundtrack for Thirteen Ghosts (John Frizzell)
lol... he likes the movie

Gonad the Barbarian
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lol... he likes the movie   Thursday, October 30, 2003 (7:26 p.m.) 

I get the impression that Clemmenson liked the movie. There's nothing wrong with that I guess (I personally thought it suffered from stupid, stupid characters, but the monsters were very well done) I dont suppose there's any point in this comment, but I just got the impression that he liked the film but didn't want to admit it....

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this movie was wicked   Friday, January 2, 2004 (9:28 p.m.) 

i think u did a good job on the movie on the ghosts and everything the scariest ghosts out of the ghosts is the jakel it hought that ghosts was the freakiest just the way it acted, they it attacked it was freaky all the ghosts were scary but i think the jakel is the scariest

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